Fayetteville Woodpeckers Announce Game Times for 2019 Season
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - The Fayetteville Woodpeckers, Class A Advanced MiLB affiliate of the Houston Astros, are excited to release game start times for the Inaugural 2019 Baseball Season. Game times are as follows:
April 18 - June 4
Monday - Friday: 7 pm
Saturday: 5 pm
Sunday: 2 pm
June 10 - September 4
Monday - Friday: 7 pm
Saturday: 6 pm
Sunday: 6 pm
"We are excited to take the first of many steps in announcing a very busy 2019 schedule. Early this offseason, we asked fans for their input on our home game start times. We listened to the resounding response and are pleased to announce our game times, which will have a positive impact on the full fan experience." said David Lane, Woodpeckers' General Manager. "The start times provide enough time to get home from work and make it downtown for the game. We have earlier starts time on weekends so that families can enjoy an afternoon at the stadium."
The Woodpeckers have currently sold over 1,700 full and half-season tickets. Additional flexible ticket packages will be available for purchase starting February 11th.
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